I found an interesting line from a drama: I’m a second year associate at the firm. I understood it like, “I’m a lawyer. I have been working at the firm for two years.”
Then, can I say like, “He’s a third year (office) worker at a big company”?
“At a big company” sounds a bit odd to me… (hmm, big company for what?) I guess it might be better to use the name of the company. If I don’t want to mention his company’s name, then is it okay to say like, “He’s a third year (office) worker at a conglomerate.” This time, it sounds quite grand. Haha. Is there any term to commonly describe that kind of big company, like Apple or Samsung for that sentence?